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BenVitale
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I tried to do integral[cos(x)]^x dx
but Wolfram's online integrator reported that it couldn't do it
Am I missing something?
but Wolfram's online integrator reported that it couldn't do it
Am I missing something?
DaleSpam said:From your syntax it is not clear if you want to take the integral of cos(x)^x or if you want to take the integral of cos(x) and then raise that to the power of x.
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dE_logics said:So I conclude there's something wrong with the question itself.
DaleSpam said:By that logic the integral would be the same as sin(x)^x or frac(x)^x or saw(x)^x or any other function bounded between -1 and 1.
Hepth said:use wolfram alpha, but you need the correct syntax.
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=Integrate[Cos[x]^2,x]
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